Arabian Nights: voted #1 dinner show in Orlando, Florida. More than 60 of the world’s most beautiful horses combine with special effects, wonderful music, gorgeous costumes and incredible stunts to create a unique and spectacular Broadway-style production. Guests experience the adventure and mystery of an ancient storybook tale while dining on a three-course prime rib, grilled chicken breast or vegetable lasagna dinner, with unlimited beer, wine, and soft drinks. Shows every night of the year! 
The “Palace of Horses” is located ˝ mile east of I-4 (exit 64A) on #192. 

Enjoy a hearty meal at Arabian Nights. You have your choice of Prime Rib, Beef, Grilled Chicken Breast, Chicken Tenders, Certified Black Angus chopped steak with gravy or vegetable lasagna. Bring your family and your appetite for an exciting night of epic proportions.

The Arabian is the oldest of all domesticated breeds of horses, and the forefather of all "light" riding breeds. Their beauty, athletic ability, stamina and strength make them ideal for most jobs in the Arabian Nights show. Purchase your tickets for Arabian Nights today and watch these stunning creatures dazzle and entertain your entire family!

Arabian Nights is a dinner show that brings a fairy tale to life on horseback. Beautiful horses from around the world are showcased in the world's largest indoor equestrian arena. The Palace of Horses is the only one of its kind on the map, and is the central stage for a dramatic and touching story of love. The guests of Arabian Nights are invited to celebrate the wedding of a Prince and Princess. The Prince is able to summon the magical power of The Black Stallion (Walter Farley's legendary star in print and movies). The Black Stallion's power must be used when the wedding is threatened by an uninvited guest. The wedding festivities are filled with many adventures and surprises - all portrayed with horses.

The guests of the Sultan at Arabian Nights include: Gypsies with powerful draft horses, Arabian horses with mounted Bedouins, a unicorn, a frightening villain horse with glowing eyes, and a painted Native American reining horse. The majestic display of breathtaking horses and colorful costumes combine to create a celebration of the relationship between horses and riders that has marked human history.

6225 W. Irlo Bronson Hwy

FL 34747


Tel: 407.396.4009 • Toll Free: 800.544.7646   

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